- Word Parts
|part of speech:
||judging by appearances; seemingly.
They apparently left in a hurry; the TV is still on and they left the door unlocked.
- evidently, seemingly
||most certainly; clearly.
Apparently, you don't care how anybody else feels about it!
- clearly, plainly, undoubtedly
The word apparently
contains the following part:
that means in such a way or manner
More about this word part:
The suffix -ly1 turns adjectives into adverbs. It attaches to most English adjectives to form legitimate words. However, adjectives derived from identical nouns (yellow, chocolate) will generally sound nonsensical.